Hangzhou Scholars Club Hotel
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Went for an early morning walk around the lake by the hotel before having breakfast in which the restaurant also overlooked the lake.
Then drove to the tea plantation, a demonstration and information about the various grades of tea and its health benefits. We had a sampling of organic green tea which was quite palatable. We were also told about polyphenol which is extracted from the leaves and sold in ...
... which was up a steep hill. The room was for 12 people, and had an ensuite, which was a bonus as the shared toilets were what we call in Greece "Turkish toilets", and even included toilet paper. Over the past 20 days we have learned that taking toilet paper for granted can land you in a ****** situation. Pun intended.
The optional activity for the day was the aforementioned tour of Chairman Mao’s summer house which was preceded by a ...
Went to a village at Wuzhen in Hangzhou ( population of 8 million people). Our tour included a stop at a Batik workshop where you watched the creation of a batik design. China has learned quickly from U.S. Marketing. After the tour you exit into a gift shop! Having ...
... though the city now has about 7 million inhabitants, it hasn't grown out around these green areas, something very unusual among the fast growing cities of China.
It has been a lazy stay with slow meandering around the lake and the botanic gardens. For 24 hours, a wet mist wrapped the entire panorama leaving a sense of sleepiness and suspension. We were supposed to see The silk museum but unfortunately it was closed. We then walked along ...
... market challenge #2 was issued - ¥100 per student, find something as a keep sake to remember this trip and to share with the family. Ryan won this round with his scroll, which was Confucius type sayings/poem reminding the reader on the importance of being a good person. Then onto lunch - interesting as Alan our guide gave us a budget per table and a menu, leaving the decision of what to order to us. One table ...